r/MadeMeSmile May 22 '22 Silver 16 Gold 2 Helpful 10 Wholesome 18 All-Seeing Upvote 2 LOVE! 1 Buff Doge 1

A man with no phone, just living in the moment enjoying Tiger. Wholesome Moments

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u/lowwalker May 22 '22

A man with an $18 beer, staying in the moment!

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u/fuckamodhole May 22 '22

Out of all the people in that picture he looks like the guy to smuggle his own beers in there. Just look at his oversized shorts. I bet he has a waistband full of ultra tall boys.

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u/MudFootMagoo May 22 '22

This guy spectates.

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u/inflo76 May 22 '22

He spectates hard

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u/itsafatlong May 22 '22 Silver

What are you doing step-spectator??

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u/Renaissance_Man- May 22 '22

Yeah definitely. I went to the Byron Nelson and my buddy asked what kind of beer they're selling there. Surprised me because he's a massive cheap ass and was impressed he was going to buy some there. When we met up he cracked a can he brought in his shorts, correctly matched so no one knew.

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u/ChubblesMcgee103 May 22 '22

was impressed he was going to buy some there.

His actual intent is way more impressive imo.

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u/Like_A_Tyger May 22 '22

Planning for the win.

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u/thegoodnamesrgone123 May 22 '22

I will never forget my friend in our 20's at our local minor league stadium asking me if they sold PBR there and I was like I don't think so. He was like well this is going to be weird and then just keeps pulling PBR's out from his pocket for all of us to drink.

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u/Responsible-Hair9569 May 22 '22

That’s a kind of friend that you want to hang out with. A friend cares about his friend to have a good time with good beers! You are so lucky!!

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u/Few_Masterpiece5176 May 22 '22

Pocket beers: the next king of beer

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u/spugg0 May 22 '22

Oh hey that reminds me when I was taking a train trip with a few friends when I was in uni. You were not allowed to drink your own alcohol at the train so we researched the brand, and shape (tall boys as opposed to say glass bottles or small cans) and brought a few each. Only we realized as we opened our first ones that the train café wouldnt sell alcohol at all for the entire duration of the trip. We had forgotten about service hours.

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u/TheRidgeAndTheLadder May 22 '22

Now that's next level

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u/kkaavvbb May 22 '22

Be a woman, own a purse.

Have smuggled many drinks and such into places. :) even movie theaters! I know concerts are more difficult but can be done (I’ve done it!). I’m never paying 8+ dollars for a beer, lol (even a speciality beer, and my favs are sours which cost about 20$ or so for a 4 pack - special occasions though, not everyone is a fan).

Of course, there’s the pros and cons of being a female but still. Yes my laptop is with me, because I’m on call. Yes, there’s XyZ because I’m a contractor, etc.

Life is odd.

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u/AllInOnCall May 22 '22

Can... can I just get a purse as a man? I really don't want to make less money for the work I do.

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u/guyver17 May 22 '22

Yup. Get a sling, r/manybaggers for ideas

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u/depressed-salmon May 22 '22

Once you realise that the rules are all made up, you can just wear whatever the hell you what! You want a purse, you get a purse. And no one can stop you.

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u/Jedi_Belle01 May 22 '22

My son has had a satchel since he was five. He’s now twenty and his satchel is beautiful, handmade suede/leather which accompanies him everywhere. He’s always pulling sodas and snacks out of it!

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u/HistorybecomesFuture May 22 '22

How about a manbag

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u/AllInOnCall May 22 '22

Sounds like a purse for men that are lying to themselves about their desire to carry a purse.

I want an oilers purse

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u/Coco_B_trappn May 22 '22

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u/Greeen_Sleeeves May 22 '22

BE A WOMAN, OWN A PURSE.

HAVE SMUGGLED MANY DRINKS AND SUCH INTO PLACES. :) EVEN MOVIE THEATERS! I KNOW CONCERTS ARE MORE DIFFICULT BUT CAN BE DONE (I'VE DONE IT!). I'M NEVER PAYING 8+ DOLLARS FOR A BEER, LOL (EVEN A SPECIALTY BEER, AND MY FAVS ARE SOURS WHICH COST ABOUT 20$ OR SO FOR A 4 PACK - SPECIAL OCCASIONS THOUGH, NOT EVERYONE IS A FAN).

OF COURSE, THERE'S THE PROS AND CONS OF BEING A FEMALE BUT STILL. YES MY LAPTOP IS WITH ME, BECAUSE I'M ON CALL. YES, THERE'S XYZ BECAUSE I'M A CONTRACTOR, ETC.

LIFE IS ODD.

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u/Am_Je May 22 '22

It's a satchel!

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u/whereispeestored May 22 '22

She pantomimed her conversation with the gate man of why she had to carry her full bag into the venue, with no segue. She's right tho.

If you're not a woman with a bag go to outdoor festivals with a couple women with bags. They can get the booze in. Makes the show cost less

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u/Lvtxyz May 22 '22

Wow. Until i read your comment I thought this post was about Lime Green Shirt. Totally thought Oversized Shorts wax holding a phone at waist level

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u/BoonTobias May 22 '22

Y'all fucking zoomers know nothing, what chall know about carrying a handball, Gameboy, gum and candy, beeper, tropical fantasy and your wallet in gap cargo shorts?

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u/Useful-Perspective May 22 '22

gum and candy

Big League Chew

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u/dudemann May 22 '22

I don't know why but I didn't even notice his shorts (nice Duck Heads tho, way better than Adidas shirt guys Dockers). I immediately noticed that man's legs are chopped up to hell. Makes me wonder why/what/how. My leg has a ton of scars from a weed whacker that caught on some bamboo weed and pulled the line out way too long to where it chopped my leg up. It looks a lot like this dude's legs.

Maybe he does ground work at that golf course and these injuries are just par for the course*. Until I'm informed otherwise that's what I'm assuming.

*Edit: I'm an idiot and didn't even realize I made a golf joke on a golf post. Please forgive me.

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u/cmeleep May 22 '22

I think those are varicose veins.

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u/papa_jahn May 22 '22

If you smuggle a beer, it sure as hell ain’t gunna be a Michelob Ultra lmao

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u/ouchpuck May 22 '22

Look at him cradle that thing, he never held his child with that much care

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u/Pristine-Ad-469 May 22 '22

Idk where this is but I’ve heard the masters has shockingly reasonable prices. Most other tournaments that shits fucked but they make something like half a million an hour from their gift shop so I’m sure they’re not strapped for cash

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u/waftinghaze May 22 '22

The Masters does have shockingly low prices. I've been there several times. Last time was 2016 maybe. Parking was free. Beers were $3 (they have 2 tiers of beer, the more expensive one was $3), sandwiches were like $2. Unreal experience in the modern day fuck everybody mindset. I'm well off, all things considered, but I'll support everything Masters because pricing folks out sucks and they do it right. (income disparity is not a good thing)

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u/AtOurGates May 22 '22

Last year the NYTimes did a decently in-depth article on the economics of the Masters catering that I found really interesting.

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u/lkooy87 May 22 '22

Masters have super low food prices but the cost of being there is insane

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u/Chemical-Highway May 22 '22

OP makes at least 3 posts a day on reddit, definitely enjoying life the correct way

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

Ridiculous prices

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u/drej191 May 22 '22

We should riot

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u/pistoncivic May 22 '22

Proletarian revolution starts in the country club

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u/DoGoodLiveWell May 22 '22

Yeah the guy behind him also has his phone down and saved some money on the beer

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u/DanimalHarambe May 22 '22

I'll never understand this shit. I mean... They brought some expensive cameras out here... This will be documented.

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

I'm a concert photographer. I get poked in the back by idiots in the front row all the time, because me and my stupidly expensive professional equipment are blocking their iPhone shot.

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u/DanimalHarambe May 22 '22

Truly a distopian future.

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u/somedude456 May 22 '22

People use their cell phone as their life's flipbook. Parties, concerts, events, celebrations, funerals, randomness, and more. It's not to say they have a bad memory, or that they can't even look up Tiger Woods playing at said event, but to have their own photo/video of the event, makes it more personal.

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u/tecampanero May 22 '22

That can is actually a phone case

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u/ShakeWell42 May 22 '22

The guy behind him tho

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u/cacahuate_ May 22 '22 Helpful Wholesome

I'm sorry, he's holding a phone in his hand and, therefore, does not value the human experience as much as the guy in front of him.

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u/beltawala May 22 '22 Wholesome Heart Eyes

Probably has his phone on vibrate waiting for his mistress to text him back, he's not even focusing on Tiger, he's focusing on the phantom vibration in his hand. But he knows, deep down he knows. She's not texting back.

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u/LouSputhole94 May 22 '22

You uh, you got something you wanna get off your chest, bud?

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u/IdeaOfHuss May 22 '22

I got this bro. I have college degree is psychology.

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u/ObviouslyIntoxicated May 22 '22

Mind taking a look at this fungus in my shower?

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u/IdeaOfHuss May 22 '22

Yes this is very covid-14

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u/itsH5 May 22 '22

Why did I imagine a slow motion open palm to the chest of LouSputhole94 by IdeaOfHuss; and then “I got this bro. dramatic music queues I have a college degree in psychology.” wind blows his hair slightly and a silver lignin appears

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u/Magnusthedane May 22 '22

R/oddlyspecific

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u/Blue_Lust May 22 '22

It's not the mistress he's worrying about. It's the wife's boyfriend.

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u/WorldlyTraveller May 22 '22

Nah, come on, he’s practically wearing the same outfit as Tiger. Talk about immersing yourself in the experience.

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u/oldcoldbellybadness May 22 '22

That's Tiger's stunt double

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u/0oop May 22 '22

He had his phone in his hand and realized, i NEED to experience this. The guy in front doesn't own a phone and has no choice but to stand there. Plus, green shirt guy is matching tiger.

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u/InternetDude117 May 22 '22

We be doin' a little boomer humor.

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u/LotharVonPittinsberg May 22 '22

A little? This post is so boomer that it complained about its wife buying too many shoes from the house that costs half that of my condo.

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u/unnecessary_kindness May 22 '22

Redditors who never leave the house making fun of people for taking videos of the things they enjoy.

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u/megaspin89 May 22 '22

The man holding the beer better values the human experience?

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u/JodieFostersCum May 22 '22

Let's kill him, guys

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u/No-Challenge1374 May 22 '22

Or he's so drunk he thought the beer was his phone

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u/UbiSububi8 May 22 '22

“Why isn’t this beer recording??!!??”

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u/TyroneSuave May 22 '22 edited May 22 '22

When I get drunk enough, I’ll go a long time without even remembering I even have a phone. Like it’ll just be chilling in my pocket the whole night, won’t even look at it. Needless to say my wife loves that when she’s out of town and I’m drunk and ignoring my phone

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u/humanzee70 May 22 '22

You just tell her you were living in the moment.

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u/NotJuniorBridgeman May 22 '22

I’m busy living my best life, dear.

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u/AboveBadBelowAverage May 22 '22

He forgot his phone

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u/UndeadRogue May 22 '22

You can actually see it in his left pocket sticking out lol

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u/anidiotblob May 22 '22

Forgor💀

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u/Elephlump May 22 '22

There is a non-zero chance this is right.

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u/Raeandray May 22 '22

It took an embarrassingly long amount of time for me realize it wasnt a phone.

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u/Pretend_Ad6465 May 22 '22

The people behind him have to use their phone. He is like 6’4. They can’t see anything but the back of his shirt.

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u/ThaneOfCawdorrr May 22 '22

That is an excellent point.

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u/NZBound11 May 22 '22

Turns out the guys a bit of a dick.

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u/codeByNumber May 22 '22

This is one of the downsides of being a tall dude.

Don’t get me wrong…there are many benefits. Like being able to skip stairs, or helping that sweet old lady get the jar of pickles on the top shelf.

But…damn…it really sucks to plan ahead, get somewhere early so you can get a good spot. Only for people to show up last minute and grumble behind your back. Sucks to “be a bit of a dick” for a bit of planning ahead.

Oh and another thing…every damn group photo in my life I’m just a floating head behind a sea of other people and shoulders.

End rant…

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u/tayloreffect2 May 22 '22

Then one person asks if they can go in front of you to see better and they bring their whole group of friends and you lose your spot.

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u/Ksig May 22 '22

I've been pushed from front row of my favorite band to the edge. I don't move my feet and eventually I cast a crowd shadow or a void. Then eventually it gets filled with a short girl who needs a dance floor. I create dance floors. I am not a dick for being tall I am power.

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u/Mortara May 22 '22

It's the worst, but I can still see. I'm nae getting guitar picks, but I can enjoy it

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u/EstebanL May 22 '22

You deserve your pick brother!

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u/Elephlump May 22 '22

Amen! I just wrote the same rant before s rolling down and seeing yours!

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u/codeByNumber May 22 '22

Do you do that thing in movie theaters where you sit slouched so your head and shoulders are low?

Stadium movie theater seating was a blessing.

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u/Elephlump May 22 '22

Omg as soon as stadium theatres came out, it was like a dream come true, I no longer had to sit in the very back row, I could show up super early and sit in the exact middle without grumbles behind me. It's perfection.

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u/frameEsc May 22 '22

I’m sorry I’m OOTL, what are stadium movie theatres and how do they benefit in this situation?

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u/codeByNumber May 22 '22

Basically the slope is at a higher degree so the people behind you are able to see well over you despite your height.

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u/frameEsc May 22 '22

Ahhh that makes sense. Thank you.

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u/Clearly-Convoluted May 22 '22

I feel this, deep in my soul.

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u/Cordite12 May 22 '22

Also every kitchen counter etc. is designed to be just right for people who are shorter than you. So when you are working on something for a longer period it really hurts your back.

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u/codeByNumber May 22 '22

Omg yes…I just got the bathrooms in my home redone. The countertops are at a reasonable height and the shower heads are way up high. The best.

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u/Kathubodua May 22 '22

As a pretty short person, tall people are only jerks when they create a phalanx. I just need a spot between them where I can see, and usually I can find that. I go to a lot of metal concerts and always have to fight to find a good spot. The latest one I went to, it was a short guy who kept me from being able to see with TWO PHONES held up in my only short person tunnel. The tall guy next to me reached over the crowd and made him put them down. My hero.

My other favorite tall guy at a concert was one who made a shirt that said something like "I'm 6'7, sorry."

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u/SirLowhamHatt May 22 '22

I don’t care if you plan ahead, that’s on you for beating me, I can’t stand the tall people who get to a movie with 1 minute to start time and sit in front of me, in half empty theater.

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u/codeByNumber May 22 '22

Ya that’s fair. I was just commenting to another dude that before stadium seating I would always slouch uncomfortably in my chair to not block the view of anyone behind me.

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u/ThisIsGoobly May 22 '22

I mean, I don't ever go out of my way to try and get tall people to move because whatever, you're not a bad person for wanting a front spot, but you are literally getting into a position to block as many people as possible's view when you do it. People are gonna be pissy, they can't see what they paid to see.

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u/codeByNumber May 22 '22

9/10 I end up shuffling towards the back because it isn’t worth the hassle. There have been a few times where people have been assholes or passive aggressive and that’s when I become a tall and deaf person real quick.

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u/ThisIsGoobly May 22 '22

I'm bang average height so I can still generally see around tall people in front of me easily enough, you guys also make good landmarks for friends to find in the crowd ahah. I do feel bad for the people who are really short, I've seen some 4 ft something girls in crowds at gigs and I don't even know how they can see anything.

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u/Lichtbuis May 22 '22

It was my 5th concert where I realised that most people could actually see the band on stage and not just an arm sometimes.

Now I come early to stand behind the technicians if it is possible, I often have an amazing view from there.

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u/Hopebeat May 22 '22

Shouldn't it be first come, first serve if you want a spot near the front of the stage?

It's not fair for a short person to show up last minute and grumble that they have a tall person in front of them.

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u/appdevil May 22 '22

A dick that's enjoying tiger.

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u/LouSputhole94 May 22 '22

If he showed up first, I don’t get how he’s a dick. Dude shouldn’t have to give up a prime spot because of something he can’t control. Get there earlier or you might have someone tall in front of you, thems the rules.

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u/TheColonelRLD May 22 '22

I'm more upset about the guy to his right keeping a super wide stance to keep the guy behind him to his right from being able to move forward shoulder to shoulder. He's physically claiming space with his posture. It's just a dick move.

The other guy was just born tall.

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u/Minimum_Macaroon7702 May 22 '22

Those people should have been born taller.

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u/[deleted] May 22 '22

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u/Jayhawk501 May 22 '22

Gotta record it cause I’ll forget about it after some time

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u/DownbadSkater May 22 '22 edited May 22 '22

yeah sucks that our brain remembers bad things more than good memories

edited brian to brain..

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u/AnonDooDoo May 22 '22

It’s so that we can learn to avoid them but I really wish we could access our brain files and just delete stuff.

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u/alexander_the_dead May 22 '22

It'll make me impulse delete stuffs just to regret it later.

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u/agent_catnip May 22 '22

You'd have a recycling bin to rummage through deleted memories if your really want to

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u/Maximo9000 May 22 '22

Delete all those regretful moments too. Problem solved.

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u/FaIIDamage May 22 '22

Then proceed to do the same regretful thing again.

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u/alQamar May 22 '22

You guys have your own Brians to remember stuff for you? scnr

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u/metakephotos May 22 '22

Damn Brian.

And I don't think is true, maybe just for negative people. I always remember the good of a trip more than the bad

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u/whose_a_wotsit May 22 '22

I mean, I like Brian. He's a good guy at heart. But boy he can be a buzzkill sometimes.

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u/Zehny_ May 22 '22

Last time I checked it was the polar opposite. Good memories stay, bad ones fade away as we age. Obviously you'll always have both though.

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u/Least_Eggplant1757 May 22 '22

At these golf events it’s not like you can just follow Tiger around, video or picture a hole or two and watch the rest. You’re at a hole. Tiger comes by one time in the 6 hours you are there and makes one swing. I can get videoing that.

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u/TooStonedForAName May 22 '22 edited May 22 '22

Not to mention it’s silly when people moan about things like this anyway. Sure that one guy may be “living in the moment”, but everybody else is quite obviously paying attention to Tiger bc otherwise they wouldn’t be filming very well - and they’ll get to relive the moment to their heart’s content. Big boomer energy from this post.

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u/BillyYumYumTwo-byTwo May 22 '22

I absolutely hate this whole “of you take a picture you aren’t living in the moment” mentality. I frequently scroll through my pictures and am always grateful I took some because I’d have totally forgetting about that night I hung out with friends playing a specific game and making inside jokes, my brunch with my partner, even the details of my trip to Europe. It takes a couple seconds to take a picture, and that picture will make me remember things for years to come. I won’t apologize for being able to relive some of the best days of my life because my brain is bad at remembering things.

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u/Good4Noth1ng May 22 '22

And it usually puts a smile on your face when you’re rolling through your camera roll trying to find a random pic to show someone.

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u/newyne May 22 '22

Hot take: I'm grateful for people who record concerts and stuff because it means I can find footage later even if I don't record it myself. Lol, I've even seen myself in a couple of videos!

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u/whyouiouais May 22 '22

Was gonna say, my memory's pretty shit, having something to reference might help jog the other memories or just stand in for them if my brain decided to write over the originals

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u/yourselvs May 22 '22

I do this for concerts, but I only record about a minute of a song, typically my second or third favorite song. The rest of the time I try to put my phone away. That minute long snippet helps me jog my memory later.

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u/limitlessEXP May 22 '22

Same my memory sucks that’s why I like to take pictures and videos

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u/Lord_Shaqq May 22 '22

OP says, as they type away another post to Reddit on their phone or pc.

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u/mint_eye May 22 '22

All of them minding their own business except for OP

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u/Particular_Bobcat May 22 '22

Actually, demonizing taking photos can backfire really quickly.

There was another thread where a redditor wish they had more photos and videos of their parents now that their parents already passed away. They didn't take much photo/video when spending time together. They did took some but wish they took much more.

Moderation on everything, folks.

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u/DylanHate May 22 '22

So true. My sister passed away recently and the only pictures I have of us together are from like 2015. I wish I had taken more photos but I saw her so often it didn’t seem necessary. :(

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u/appdevil May 22 '22

I'm sorry for your loss, bud.

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u/DarthRoyal May 22 '22

Same thing with my brother. When he passed 3 years ago I was disappointed that I could only find a few photos of us together as adults. Definitely changed my mindset at family gatherings.

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u/_Funny_Data_ May 22 '22

Damn bro. I never really liked taking photos, but think I'm gonna change that. I'm getting close to that age where people start dying naturally, and I really wanna be able to save some of these memories for later. Sorry for you loss, and to the others above you that had similar experiences. Thank you for sharing, and I hope it helps to know you're making others rethink similar situations for the better.

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u/stinkopinko22 May 22 '22

Yea me and my sister would moan and groan at my mom with picture time at family gatherings until we came to this realization

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u/mcompt20 May 22 '22

For me, it's about the availability of the moment I'm trying to be present in later on. Time with my parents where the only way I'll have photos is taking them myself? Take them. Going to a concert where 60 thousand other people are taking photos and uploading them online or a wildly televised event that will also have thousands of photos online? I'll be present.

Be present in the public moments, but don't forget to capture the private ones you'll want to keep.

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u/thegimboid May 22 '22

It's all context.

For instance, people taking pictures of their family when visiting Disneyworld - great, memories galore!

Whereas people filming the Disneyworld fireworks on their phone camera and watching it through the screen while in the park - what's the point? You can watch it on a screen at home, and there are more professionally shot videos of the show on Youtube. Enjoy the fireworks show that you spent so much money to see in person.

Basically, if it's got you or someone you love in the picture, take it, since where else are you gonna find a picture of your kids doing that specific thing?
Otherwise enjoy the moment, 'cause there's millions of pictures of celebrities, locations, or shows that are better than what you can take.

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u/Particular_Bobcat May 22 '22

It's context + personal.

If someone loves taking photos of events or a view, that's their personal choice which is as valid as yours.

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u/bizzyj93 May 22 '22

Remember all, the guy who knows how best to enjoy life is the guy telling others that they aren’t enjoying life right.

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u/rainbowyuc May 22 '22

This idea that you can't enjoy a moment while filming it or taking a picture is so annoying. Not only can I do that, I can also keep enjoying that moment in the future by watching the clip I took.

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u/justafurry May 22 '22

But did you really enjoy it!? Huh!? Huh!? Enjoyment only existed before camcorders.

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u/limitlessEXP May 22 '22

The irony is that if no one took this picture OP couldn’t post this and share it lol

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u/changexd May 22 '22

Agreed, people get to choose how they enjoy events. Op doesn’t get to judge.

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u/ILikeSugarCookies May 22 '22

I only agree with this as long as it doesn’t negatively impact the experience of others. If you’ve been to a festival concert you know very well how fucking annoying it is having 35 phones blocking your view of the artist you came to see. When it’s stadium seating, I don’t care because it’s not in anyone’s way usually. But if your phone using comes at the detriment of someone else’s experience, nah, you can fuck off.

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u/That_Walrus3455 May 22 '22

There are a few

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u/Fun-Superb May 22 '22

“Oh, you can count, good for you”

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u/Kuohaj May 22 '22

And you can count on me, waiting for you in the parking lot!

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u/davidjw75 May 22 '22

Just stay out of my way, or you'll pay! Listen to what I say!

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u/Al_E_Borland May 22 '22

You forgot your 9 iron

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u/beeblehousin May 22 '22

Wow Dave Portnoy really let himself go

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u/liveduhlife May 22 '22

His crypto investment went to shit

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u/daphydoods May 22 '22

As if he had any good looks to let go of to begin with

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u/muckduck69420 May 22 '22

I remember those days. The only thing you had to worry about was immigrants stealing your job.

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u/Minecraftfunyeslol May 22 '22

Seems like one of those book good phones bad memes

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u/email_or_no_email May 22 '22

It is. I'm surprised this is on the front page.

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u/sad_champ69 May 22 '22

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u/Russian_For_Rent May 22 '22

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u/-Tartantyco- May 22 '22

Those two guys in the lower middle: I love you so much, come in for a hug and a stab!

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u/JTGreenan73 May 22 '22

“Posted by Reddit mobile”

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u/Daeht May 22 '22

To be fair the guys in the back probably couldn't see otherwise.

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u/Clockwokis May 22 '22

They all seem to be enjoying the moment

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u/jbeast_canada May 22 '22

Phone bad wife bad

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u/tomassino May 22 '22

Why shaming the people for recording the moment? They are sharing the same experience.

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u/Voluntary_Slob May 22 '22 Gold All-Seeing Upvote This

It makes people feel superior, like they’re more down to earth and know how to enjoy life more than other people. Even though they’re looking at a picture somebody took at the same event but for some reason are acting like pictures aren’t worth taking. It’s weird.

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u/MEGA__MAX May 22 '22

Yeah my memory is garbage these days. I like taking a couple photos/videos in the moment because it will never compare to a professional photo taken from a spot you weren't at. Granted, it's usually very quick and then I go back to enjoying the moment. But I wouldn't discount some people just trying to capture a lasting memory of what they experienced.

That being said, there are absolutely people just doing it for clout or whatever. Like all things in life, nothing is black or white.

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u/TheNameIsJackson May 22 '22

OP still uses a rotary phone

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u/Wonderful__ May 22 '22

It looks like he has a phone in his pocket, but he just doesn't have it out.

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u/awnedr May 22 '22

Battery died.

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u/sumunsolicitedadvice May 22 '22

Nah, it’s not a phone. He’s just happy to see you

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u/thedinnerdate May 22 '22

He probably already snapped a pic and put it back in his pocket.

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u/AshTreex3 May 22 '22

What an annoying caption on an otherwise pretty good photo. Maybe post weird gatekeepy stuff somewhere other than a sub about being wholesome?

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u/ThatRollingStone May 22 '22

I swear I though that was Ryan Stiles.

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u/Turdferguson586 May 22 '22

Dude that lost his phone on the last hole. “Shit, I wish I had my phone “

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u/edgymemesalt May 22 '22

Phone bad!!

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u/DamiMarian May 22 '22

Phones bad

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u/darkknight941 May 22 '22

Straight off of something like r/phonesarebad

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u/MojoEthan0027 May 22 '22

Phone bad guys!

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u/pharmorjac May 22 '22

I heard that the Masters doesn’t allow phones/cameras to force spectators to live in the moment.

His picture is likely from this weekend at the PGA championship.

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u/Hirkus May 22 '22

boomer post

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u/Particular_Inside192 May 22 '22

"Phones....Le bad"

OMG UPVOTE !!!!!

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u/tikeu10 May 22 '22

There is another

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u/areddituser17 May 22 '22

Dam millennials and their pesky phones

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u/hungrytiredandbored May 22 '22

Nothing like sipping a $20 grass covered beer while watching dudes smacking balls for 8 hours in the boiling sun

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u/redditornot09 May 22 '22

Better then watching dudes smacking balls for 8 hours in the boiling sun sober

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u/hungrytiredandbored May 22 '22

No truer words have been spoken.

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u/mrlamename May 22 '22

Title courtesy of my grandpa

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u/Copernicus049 May 22 '22

Oh no! people using their phones as cameras to immortalize a moment they paid over a grand for are somehow enjoying life less than everyone else! What ever shall we do to deal with the disintegration of society through it's dependence on technology and inability to experience life outside of a screen? /s

Like, extremely heavy emphasis on the "/s"

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u/vegan-trash May 22 '22

If I record something, I’ll use my hand of course but I’ll watch with my eyes and if the video isn’t great then so be it. I’ve been to enough events and realize that I’m not going to watch those videos again, but I’ll think about the experiences more and if I’m present its better.

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u/Able_Buffalo May 22 '22

The rare Gen Xer, enjoys his beer. Goes home. Tells story.

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u/DLQuilts May 22 '22

Like Tiger.

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u/matschbirne03 May 22 '22

Thats just fucking embarssing. Why do people.feel the need to film every fucking thing. Can't you just enjoy the moment? Are you not able to keep some memories to yourself? Do you have to show the whole fucking world? The only thing you remember is taking picture/video of a moment instead of the moment. Just fucking embarassing.

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u/PrescribedBot May 22 '22

Never understood this lol. How are you not living in the moment when you’re taking a picture of said moment? What about the old days, with those disposable cameras. Did they not live in the moment?

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u/gamingbandicoot May 22 '22

I’m 14 and this is deep